Not-for-profit industry overview

The not-for-profit sector consists of charities, multilateral organisations, think tanks, the UN and similar other global bodies. To ensure all operations are transparent, global communications are key. Reaching a global audience means providing any content, written or verbal, in multiple languages so that anyone can access this with ease.

Global Lingo can deal with highly specialised topics, no matter what field a charitable organisation operates in.

Relevant services and benefits

  • Official translation services for publication of research and other documentation: Translation, editing and proofreading (TEP), Desktop Publishing (DTP), and Linguistic sign-off (LSO)
  • Verbatim transcription for meetings of internal audit and investigative departments
  • Large-scale conference interpreting: simultaneous and consecutive, multiple languages at any given conference. We are able to also provide the technical equipment required (interpreter booths incl. control console, PA system, headsets/receivers etc.), which lets us manage the entire interpreting process from start to finish for you, guaranteeing peace of mind and time savings.
  • Machine translation and post-editing for any very-high-volume work, if deemed suitable when assessing the project

Approach/Solution

With services to cater for any requirement, Global Lingo provides a dedicated team to serve as a single point of contact. Staff are highly skilled and are selected based on their specialisms and experience in the industry.

We can provide a secure, impartial and confidential service and are ISO 9001 (quality management) and ISO 27001 (information security) certified, underpinning our goal to strive for the highest quality of work produced.

Global Lingo delivers official translations, transcripts and conference interpreting to several UN organisations, and we pride ourselves in being able to deliver on time and to the expected standards.

To see how we can help you with your official translation, transcription or conference interpreting requirements in the not-for-profit sector, visit our WFP case study to view how other organisations are already profiting from our flexible and efficient global approach.

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